Growth Marketing Manager - DACH (m/w)

Pinterest is a global company with over half of our 175 million users coming from international markets. As a Growth Marketing Manager in our Berlin office, you'll be responsible for developing deep insights on performance drivers for Pinterest in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland from a product marketing and growth standpoint and executing on them to actively fuel Pinterest's growth goals.

What you'll do:

  • Analyse user growth performance in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and leverage data to identify areas of opportunity
  • Analyse specific funnel stages from acquisition, engagement, retention, churn win backs, identify areas of opportunity, and develop recommendations
  • Be responsible for testing and effective at driving significant local growth in SEO together with HQ based Growth teams
  • Develop, execute, and monitor successful performance-based acquisition marketing activities in various paid channels
  • Build deep understanding of scalable drivers of performance across internal and external levers to drive significant user growth

What we're looking for:

  • 5-8 years experience in SEO and digital/acquisition marketing or growth hacking, either in technology or media industries
  • Excellent analytical skills to gather and interpret data and being comfortable setting and achieving high goals
  • Strong project management skills from concept to execution and prioritizing high impact activities and keeping projects moving forward
  • Highly motivated and self-driven personality with a willingness to "figure it out" and the ability to collaborate with cross-functional partners
  • German business proficiency required

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